What are the Ground Clearance on Porsche Models

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Ground clearance, also known as ride height, is the distance between the lowest point on a vehicle’s underside and the ground. It is an important factor to consider when driving off-road or over rough terrain, as it determines how high the vehicle’s body is above the ground and can affect its ability to clear obstacles.

Porsche is a luxury automaker known for its high-performance sports cars, SUVs, and sedans.

While many of its vehicles are designed for high-speed driving on paved roads, some models also have the relatively high ground clearance for added off-road capability.

Here is a table of Top Porsche cars and their ground clearance:

Porsche Model Model Year Ground Clearance (in)
718 Boxster 2017-Present 4.7
718 Cayman 2017-Present 4.7
911 Carrera 2020-Present 4.7
911 Carrera Cabriolet 2020-Present 4.7
911 Carrera Coupe 2020-Present 4.7
911 Carrera GTS 2020-Present 4.7
911 Carrera S 2020-Present 4.7
911 Carrera S Cabriolet 2020-Present 4.7
911 Carrera S Coupe 2020-Present 4.7
911 GT3 2020-Present 4.5
911 GT3 RS 2020-Present 4.5
911 Targa 4 2020-Present 4.7
911 Turbo 2020-Present 4.9
911 Turbo Cabriolet 2020-Present 4.9
911 Turbo S 2020-Present 4.9
911 Turbo S Cabriolet 2020-Present 4.9
911 Turbo S Exclusive Series 2020-Present 4.9
911 Turbo S Coupe 2020-Present 4.9
911 GT2 RS 2018-2019 4.5
911 GT2 RS Clubsport 2020-Present 4.5
911 Speedster 2020-Present 4.7
911 T 2020-Present 4.7
911 GT3 Touring 2017-2019 4.5
911 GT3 Touring Package 2020-Present 4.5
Panamera 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera 4 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera 4 E-Hybrid 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera 4S 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera GTS 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Turbo 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Turbo S 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo 4 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo 4 E-Hybrid 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo 4S 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo GTS 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo Turbo 2017-Present 5.3
Panamera Sport Turismo Turbo S 2017-Present 5.3
Macan 2014-Present 7.5
Macan GTS 2016-Present 7.5
Macan S 2014-Present 7.5
Macan S E-Hybrid 2016-Present 7.5
Macan Turbo 2014-Present 7.5
Cayenne 2018-Present 8.1
Cayenne E-Hybrid 2018-Present 8.1
Cayenne GTS 2018-Present 8.1

 

As you can see, Porsche’s sports cars generally have relatively low ground clearance, ranging from 4.5 to 4.9 inches. This is due to their focus on aerodynamics and handling, which is optimized by keeping the vehicle’s body as close to the ground as possible.